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Introduction to the Library
Library Instruction for your course
In-Person or Virtual Library Instruction
Does your class have a research assignment? Librarians can work with you to create a library instruction session customized to meet the needs of your students.
Library Research Guides
Librarians have created subject guides to help students get started with research in their discipline. Subject guides are a great resource to provide your students by linking in your ASULearn course. Librarians can also create a guide for a specific course.
Helping your students
Research Advisory Program (RAP)
Do you have a student in your class who could use some additional help with their research project? Students can schedule a one-on-one appointment with a librarian and get help with refining their topic, finding quality sources, and citation.
University Libraries provides in-person and virtual workshops on a variety of topics. Students can attend live or watch a past recording.
Students can access these videos to learn how to use library resources. These videos can also be embedded in your ASULearn course, ask us how!
Borrow, Renew, Request
Here you will find details about faculty borrowing privileges. Faculty members can also have books delivered to your office. Click "request", login, and then choose pickup location as "ASU Faculty Dept.". Books will be delivered to you through campus mail.
You can place items on reserve for all students to use for a limited time within the library.
If you need resources for your research that we don't own, you can request them through inter-library loan.
Suggestion for Our Collection
You can use this email request form to make a suggestion for our collection (choose "suggest material for library purchase" under the category drop down. You can also contact the librarian assigned to your department.